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  • Water main upgrade will close Coldwater Canyon later this month

     
    Starting March 23, upgrades to an L.A. water main will require the closure of Coldwater Canyon Avenue from Ventura Boulevard to Mulholland Drive during peak commute times, work that will last for about a month, city officials said....
  • Glendale candidate refuses to deny link to 'racist' comments

     
    Under pointed questioning before the City Council he is campaigning to join, city commissioner Zareh Sinanyan this week refused to deny he was the author behind threatening and racist comments posted online under his name, saying only that they do......
  • Sen. Curren Price latest state lawmaker to seek L.A. council seat

     
    State Sen. Curren D. Price Jr. filed papers to seek the Los Angeles City Council seat occupied by Councilwoman Jan Perry, who is running for mayor. Price becomes the second Sacramento lawmaker to pursue that post and the sixth to run for office in the...
  • City ordered to pay $5.7 million in police shooting

     
    A jury Friday ordered the city of Los Angeles to pay $5.7 million to a man who was shot and paralyzed by police after he fled the scene of a gang shooting. Although the payout, which could reach about $6.5......
  • LAPD chief urges appeal of $5.7 million jury award to paralyzed felon

     
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck on Saturday recommended that the city appeal a jury's decision to award $5.7 million to a convicted felon left paralyzed in a police shooting after he was allegedly involved in a drive-by shooting....
  • Unclaimed parking ticket refunds go to city of L.A.

     
    Some at City Hall are questioning whether the city of Los Angeles should have taken more than $56,000 set aside for motorists who had successfully challenged their parking tickets and used it to help patch a budget hole....
  • L.A. libraries to expand hours thanks to voters' funding measure

     
    Los Angeles public libraries will again be open Monday and Wednesday nights, as well as Friday mornings, a change that Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa celebrated with a cadre of city officials at a press conference Monday morning....
  • L.A. councilman wants to stop relying on city attorney's office

     
    L.A. City Councilman Paul Krekorian is calling for a ballot measure that would allow the council to stop relying on the office of City Atty. Carmen Trutanich for legal advice and instead hire its own lawyers....
  • L.A. City Atty. Trutanich gets reprieve after tough week

     
    After a week of setbacks, L.A. City Atty. Carmen Trutanich got a Halloween treat from the City Council on Wednesday as it delayed action on a proposed ballot measure asking voters to strip the city's legal adviser of some of his duties....
  • L.A. City Hall employee group moves to oppose sales tax hike

     
    One of the largest public employee unions at L.A. City Hall handed a potentially costly setback to a plan for a new half-cent sales tax, announcing that its political advisory board opposes the measure....
  • L.A. City Council votes to put sales tax hike on March 5 ballot

     
    Searching for a long-term solution to its chronic financial woes, the L.A. City Council agreed to ask voters for a $200-million-a-year increase in sales tax collections....